If you thought Aganorsa was crazy for putting out these delicious JFR blends for such a reasonable price, this one proves they’re straight-up certifiable: JFR Lunatic Loco cigars.
This JFR core is the same Aganorsa-grown tobaccos as before, but Eduardo Fernandez ups the flavor ante by using a proprietary wrapper that’s been one of his “passion projects” - a Corojo Shade Grown Maduro. Each is rolled in their TABSA factory in Esteli, Nicaragua and imbues dense notes of cocoa, coffee, and a peppery-sweet appeal for the full-bodied fan. And the price? Still very reasonable here at Famous.
This one is as humidor-worthy as it gets, so dive in and see why so many are jumping on the JFR bandwagon. Order now!
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The shape is interesting on this cigar, and it caught my attention. I am willing to try new things and the price was not bad for a box of ten. The shape is easy to hold in your mouth due to the taper and holds up well when clenching in your jaw. I have not mastered the lighting technique on this perfecto so keep a single torch handy to correct the burn. Ash holds on well and usually drops halfway to 3/4 when smoking. I can easily get an hour to an hour and half out of this wonderful stick. Be warned this is a cigar for the full body enthusiast and can kick you if not careful.
Tightly packed and rock hard at pre-light. This creates a very tight draw but that may be by design as this is a very strong cigar. Lots of great flavor though. Chocolate, black cherry, raisin, spice, and wood. I ve smoked two so far and both of them down to the nub.
This is a great smoke. Very much in league with Liga Privada’s Maduro Flying Pig. The Loquito pairs well with coffee or whiskey.
Good cigar for pairing with a fine glass of whiskey or a smooth cup of coffee.
Horrible., way to big